Set List is designed for creating set lists for gigs. You can even share the list with band mates, updating the list mid-gig and sending the update to all their phones and they don't even need the app!

Besides creating set lists for specific gigs, you might also have a standard set for weddings or summer park performances, etc. Beyond set lists, you can use it to print out lists of songs for clients to choose from, grouped by genre, tempo, recording artist, etc., then create the playlist for the event. You could also use it prepare a plan to maximize studio time, or create simple musical programs, CD inserts, etc. The ability to export a list means you can easily bring it into another program to dress it up however you'd like.

And finally, Set List actually goes well beyond just set lists. With the ability to include a photo of the sheet music, chord chart, or tabs, etc., Set List can be your one-stop song book for performances — just bring your iPad and leave your bulky binder at home!

What’s New

Version 1.1

Users can now import and export Set Lists

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Jzz Bzz ,


Works ok BUT. It orders the songs last entered on top!? So you need to start at end of setlist I guess
Only shows notes if you click on the song.
Price is right. Thanks for your efforts

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the review!
I can't reproduce your issue of new songs populating at the top. Added songs to the app are displayed alphabetically. Songs added to a Set List are added at the bottom of the list, and if multiple songs are added at once, they are added alphabetically at the end of the Set List.
Regardless, the songs of a Set List can be reordered by going into a Set List, tap Edit, then tap and hold on the grabber on the right side and move the song to the desired location.
As for displaying Notes, you do this by changing the display settings: Tap the menu icon in the upper left corner of the main screen, tap Edit Display Settings, then set one of the row locations to Notes.
You'll also find an Info and Instructions link in the main menu and feel free to use the App Support link in the app description on the App Store if you need more help.

RTQ Dan ,

Seven songs? Please.

Creating songs is kind of a pain, interface plain, and you can only have seven songs on the free version? Useless.

rev blackbird ,

Not good

Not what I expected

App Privacy

The developer, Brainpan Productions LLC, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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